I often daydream and spend the bulk of my day thinking about up various topics.
Once I have digested these topics into good quality questions I would like to, in one burst, ask perhaps three different questions on three totally different sites of the Stack Exchange network.
I'm running into troubles with the 40 minute timer which is preventing me from carrying out this habit. Now I understand that, we do want to prevent network overload, but it seems to me the timer should be constrained to a single site (i.e., don't post back to back on a single site with a 40 minute gap). It seems strange that the network assumes "it's not practical for you to have a sports question and a quantum computing question in under a 40 minute span".
I propose: removing the timer entirely for users that have achieved > some threshold (maybe 1k maybe 5k) reputation, and instead of counting questions across the network, enforce a timer for low rep users only for back to back questions on the same site.
At least one other person has ran into this problem see here: Why is the 1 question per 40 minutes limit enforced ACROSS different sites?
But the proposed solution doesn't help since if the user asks on a new site they have to deal with the timer again. If you explore their profile you will find they often engage with very many new sites. Which is exactly the problem I'm also dealing with. I think in general if N = 2 then N > 2, that is if I'm having this problem and one other person is having it then chances are there is a nontrivial number of people facing this problem.